The International Engineering Program (IEP) at the University of Rhode Island is the nation's most distinctive plan for global preparation of engineers. In the IEP you earn two degrees simultaneously: a B.S. in engineering and a B.A. in German, French, Spanish, or Chinese.
The IEP student studies a foreign language and culture each semester along with an engineering curriculum. In the fourth year of the five-year program the student goes abroad. The first semester is spent taking language, culture, and engineering courses in the host language, and the second semester you intern with a reputable engineering firm.
Because of the rapid expansion of global business, IEP graduates are in high demand. The program boasts close to a 100% job placement rate after graduating.
About the IEP
Check out this video on what IEP students do and how the program came about. Read the full article "Pioneering from the Start" in Innovations Magazine.
Visit the IEP
Schedule a visit to the Heidi Kirk Duffy Center for International Engineering where you can meet with current students, faculty, and IEP staff. Come see the IEP in action! Call or email us today!
IEP wins the 2012 Heiskell Award for International Innovation (Study Abroad)
Check out the most recent edition of Innovations, URI College of Engineering Magazine.